3D gauged supergravity from wrapped M5-branes with AdS/CMT applications

Abstract : By identifying a bosonic consistent truncation from the 1/4-BPS wrapped M5-brane geometry of Maldacena, Strominger and Witten in D=11 supergravity and finding a supersymmetric extension, we recover an N=2, D=3 supergravity theory. Reductions of a large class of supersymmetric solutions corresponding to wrapped M2 and M5-branes lead to black strings and warped AdS_3 solutions preserving supersymmetry. With a view to AdS/CMT applications, we also construct a numerical hairy BTZ black hole and, as a preliminary step in this direction, determine the conductivity of the dual CFT.
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Eoin Colgain, Henning Samtleben. 3D gauged supergravity from wrapped M5-branes with AdS/CMT applications. Journal of High Energy Physics, Springer, 2011, pp.031. ⟨10.1007/JHEP02(2011)031⟩. ⟨ensl-00545864⟩

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